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Proving the Principle: A History of the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, 1949-1999 by Susan M. Stacy
Lay the Mountains Low: The Flight of the Nez Perce from Idaho and the Battle of the Big Hole Lay the Mountains Low: The Flight of the Nez Perce from Idaho and the Battle of the Big Hole by Terry C. Johnston
Historical fact and powerful human emotions. The story of the Nez Perce War, deeply wrought emotions and betrayal. This is the story of five warriors who resisted the manipulations of the relentless American expansion.
History of Idaho History of Idaho by Leonard J. Arrington
A comprehensive history of the state of Idaho written by respected Church of Latter-day Saints historian Leonard J. Arrington. Mr. Arrinton's history, supported by thorough and back-breaking research methods is respected by history scholars for its honest, straight-forward approach. History buffs will find his style accessible and enjoyable.
Undaunted Courage : Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West Undaunted Courage : Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West by Stephen E. Ambrose
History comes alive in this riveting story of the men of the Corps of Discovery and their momentous journeys in American History. Yes, we've all heard of the Lewis and Clark Expedition... this book will involve you in the experience. Once read, you'll want to read it again.
The Oregon Trail The Oregon Trail For young adult readers
by Francis Parkman, E.N. Feltskog (Editor)  
Francis Parkman learns firsthand from the Indians--and not from the remnants of eastern tribes, what Plains Indians are like from his personal journey on the Oregon Trail. It was his own fortitude and perseverance-perseverance under the most grievous physical afflictions-that made it possible for Parkman to see as much of the West as he did, to experience at first hand the life of the explorer and the trapper and hunter, and even of the Indian. And it was his arduous preparation, his intellectual curiosity, his talent for observation, his enthusiasm, his gift for dramatic narrative, that enabled him to reconstruct from his fragmentary Journals what he had seen and to convey it with such youthful exuberance to generations of readers. Buy this book now

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